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Creative solutions needed to curb gun violence

Creative solutions needed to curb gun violence

Recently, the city of Saratoga Springs gained national attention on the controversial tropic of gun control.

Doctor helps keep pro football players in shape

Doctor helps keep pro football players in shape

Did you know that doctors are a part of football teams?

The man behind the man in the big league uniform

The man behind the man in the big league uniform

Have you ever wondered about who got your favorite baseball players to the major leagues? Well I know I had, and I also know someone who does that same exact job.

UAlbany softball players are great role models

UAlbany softball players are great role models

We all know college is hard, but can you imagine playing softball at the same time?

Making the case for a longer school day or year

Making the case for a longer school day or year

Can you spend more time in school than you already do? To increase learning time, President Obama has proposed a plan to extend the school year. People support this plan because it will close the achievement gap between the United States and other countries and it would help out working families.

Dancers especially deserving of a sporting chance

Dancers especially deserving of a sporting chance

I wait for my turn behind the curtains with my heart beating fast, doing last minute stretches and trying to warm up. The announcer announces my name and solo title; I go out onto stage thinking, “This is what I have been practicing for months now. This had better be perfect.”

Bullying should be an atrocity, not an excuse

That which we call a bully by any other name would be just as banal.

Ban video games, not guns, to curb violence

Ban video games, not guns, to curb violence

Although I am against violence and was as horrified as anyone at the recent shooting tragedies, I do not support all the restrictions on guns being proposed by Gov. Cuomo and President Obama.

Active video games can challenge mind and body

Active video games can challenge mind and body

Video games are fun, however video games are frowned upon by parents as time-wasters, and worse, and some education experts think that these games corrupt the brain.

Lots of pool time, effort bring swimming success

Lots of pool time, effort bring swimming success

David Zordich made it on the Junior Olympics at only age 14!

Air Force job can be tough but full of adventure

Air Force job can be tough but full of adventure

Would you like to travel the world but risk your life at the same time? Well, that’s what people in the Air Force do every day.

Raising chickens a rewarding challenge

Raising chickens a rewarding challenge

I recently attended to an interesting seminar about how to raise chickens given by Rich Kennedy of Nutrena Feed at Locust Hill Farm and Stove in Pattersonville.

Woman led life of uncommon accomplishment

Woman led life of uncommon accomplishment

In the early 1900s, it was a male-dominated society, even in a backwoods town called Easton.

Class all abuzz about field trip to bee farm

On June 7, 2011, my class went on a trip to a bee farm in Rotterdam to do beekeeping and to study flowers and insects.

The beekeeper is Mr. Daniel Brudos . Mr. Brudos is a third-grade teacher at Central Park Magnet School in Schenectady. He has lived in Rotterdam all of his life, and he has been keeping bees since he was in middle school.

Jeggings open up a new world of fashion

There is a type of pants in stores with the styles of jeans and the comfort of leggings. Jeggings are a special type of pants. They are leggings and jeans put together in one pair of pants! However, people have their own opinions on jeggings . Some people love them, while other people don't find a purpose for them.

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